Saturday, October 2, 2021

Getting Into Muscle Building? Let's Set Some Goals First!

Getting Into Muscle Building? Let's Set Some Goals First!
If you are now embarking upon a muscle building program, let's consider for a few minutes just what your goals ought to be with a program that is obviously going to take a great deal of time and energy to bear fruit. If you invest yourself in this, it would be wise to have clear objectives in mind right at the start to ensure the best possible outcome.

If you're like most guys the aim is to build a large set of biceps, pecs and other large muscles, the idea being that it will not only help you in getting stronger overall, but will make you a magnet for every woman who sees you.

Well, I've got news for you. Bigger isn't really better. In fact, it may have the exact opposite effect than the one you were hoping for. It could be a big turn-off! That kind of muscle builder physique only succeeds in attracting other bodybuilding types. Is that what you're after? I thought not.

Now if what you're seeking is the kind of frame that moves females, read on!

So here's the deal. Research has shown that huge, rippling biceps and pecs are not what women consider as the ultimate attraction in a man. Women are without a doubt attracted to a classic "V" shape physique, you know, the kind you've seen on great works of art for centuries. It all boils down to a mathematical formula called the "Golden Ratio" that uses measurements of the shoulders and waist as related to your height to give each of us a set of measurements that will correspond to this form. Leave one piece of the equation out; it all falls apart. For instance, having a big gut to go along with a set of broad shoulders isn't going to get you a second look!

No, the classic "V" shape, broad shoulders tapering down to a slim waist with a muscular form in between, is the preferred physique hands down, and it's not all that difficult to attain.

The problem with using most types of workouts is that they produce uneven results, and it can take forever to get those! Conventional weight training produces grotesquely unnatural musculature. Cardio training alone will get you thin at the expense of muscle definition. Sport specific training, like cycling for instance, can develop certain parts of your body quite nicely while leaving other parts untouched, and the trouble is, you've spent so much time and energy on those that you haven't time or energy to implement another routine to work the neglected parts.

This is why I believe in a program called the Adonis Index. This is a total body workout and eating plan designed to create exactly the type of classic proportions we've been talking about. It doesn't rely on simply one discipline, but combines the best of several ideas to get you the kind of physique that women swoon over. Give it a try. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised!

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